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Posted by Mr tribeca on 12/18/2011
Good spot. Def a "whole in the wall" type of place. (which is usually the good ones.) Owner is usually there at lunch, very charming. Can take a while for food, but worth it. Fried chicken from heaven. The pita wraps are clever and tasty. hopefully they can stay in Tribeca a long time. Let's support these little, wonderful ,New york "spots."
Posted by Nick Weinberg on 06/17/2011
Always a great lunch! LOVE how all burgers come wrapped in flat breads. Toppings and sides are always amazing as well. Highly recommended.
Posted by foster b on 03/22/2011
what a great little place. Hidden in tribeca. great food for good/fair price. Owner (i think) is charming and friendly. thank u cornerstone for making my lunch good and afordable..... please never leave
Posted by sandy on 02/04/2011
Not fancy. More like a hidden treasure in Tribeca. Take out/delivery only. I work near and beg them to put one in brookyln. Prices great!! ( especially in Tribeca. ) not sure what I would do for lunch without them. Thank you Cornerstone for allowing me to eat good food for a good price!!!! Please never leave!!!
Posted by david on 02/03/2011
The new owner rocks! Love this place. One of the only places in tribeca you can grab some REAL food without spending $50. Great fried chicken! Burgers and other sandwiches are delicious! They make it on pita, yummy.
Posted by Tribe8 on 11/06/2009
It's a carry out only folks. Yes, I've had a couple delivery mishaps. The Turkey Burgers are Not micro-waved, I've seen them on the grill and they can be Great or just OK. The sides are generally good sometimes great. The Key player for this joint is the Skinless Fried Chicken - it has been a stunner most of the times!! Flat out great, just like in the South. The hot wings can be fantastic too, but the star of this place is the Fried Chicken, and they usually hit a home run with it.
Posted by Mark on 09/04/2009
I didn't believe the post below me. Boy i was wrong . . . The turkey burger was exactly as described below--school-cafeteria quality. It was only 4 oz. It wasn't even on a bun; it was wrapped in a pita. The cheddar cheese is that fake liquid crap, not real cheese. I would not call that a burger. It was worse than a banquet microwave dinner and three times the price.